Check out my site on MP3.com (http://www.mp3.com/saraayers) for more songs and images. Sign on the my mailing list (http://www.saraayers.com/maillist.htm) for updates on new mp3 song postings and CDs. Topic: Sara Ayers
Roy Ayer's "Brother Green The Disco King" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nCRT1XyQLzY which is cut up to be used in Public Enemy's "Brother's Gonna Work It Out" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ICPImlZCrhc and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KI-FTdtg1k8 the loop is an unusual edit... The one-e-and-a-two-e-and-a-3-e are from "Brother Green", the and-a-four-e-and-a are from measure 1 . Also, the sixth measure in Slonimsky's "Thesaurus of Scales and Modes" Topic: ayers guitar
Melanie Ayers Vocalist/Entertainer/Recording Artist Melanie has been singing in front of an audience since she was three years old. By the time she turned fifteen, she was already performing professionally in the Midwest singing her way through the club circuits, doing stage musicals, and touring throughout the Southern and Midwestern states. With her strong vocals, and her small stature, Melanie continues to captivate the crowds. At four feet eleven inches, she has no problem projecting... Topic: Ayers, Melanie
Great summer outdoor show with a great band out of the Lehigh Valley, Pa.Weathered Vineyards 1St Anniversary Celebration James Supra Blues Band & Sarah Ayers (S) 01. 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover (S) 02. Woman Be Wise (S) 03. One Way Out 04. Tore Down (S) 05. Kidney Stone Blues 06. Huck A Buc 07. I’m Ready 08. Red Dress (S) 09. Jesus Left Chicago 10. Whipping Post (S) 11. Baby... Topics: James Supra, Sarah Ayers
Here are filings from civil case 2:10-cv-79 in the Federal District Court for the District of Wyoming, William Ayers and Meghan Lanker vs. University of Wyoming and U.W. President Tom Buchanan. Ayers, a co-founder of the radical Weather Underground, was denied the opportunity to speak at the University of Wyoming after Lanker, a U.W. student, invited him. Claiming that the university's denial was a violation of Ayers' First Amendment rights, Ayers and Lanker seek a preliminary injunction to... Topics: William Ayers, University of Wyoming
Rev Marc Time is tired of Eugenians grumbling about the weather, the flu, the economy , their jobs, their hotel rooms and the long winter. They are like Grumpy Cats.Also: A tribute to the late Kevin Ayers. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Kevin Ayers, Marc Time, KWVA, Eugene
Sexual Assault Prevention and ResponseNew CPOs OnboardDoc Keeps the WatchEmpowering Sailors Through CSADDFrom Sports Med to Roentgenology: Medical Library Available for StaffCombating the Flu - Vaccines Available Around Community Topics: Bill Ayers, influenza, NH Camp Lejeune
CD1: 1. Dancing in the Street 13:31 2. tuning 1:24 3. It Hurts Me Too 6:36 4. Me & My Uncle 4:44 5. Friend of the Devil 3:24 6. Cold Rain and Snow 7:17 7. Attics Of My Life 6:19 CD2: 1. Good Lovin'-> 2:46 2. drums-> 7:31 3. Good Lovin' 8:52 4. Casey Jones 4:46 5. St. Stephen-> 5:58 6. Not Fade Away-> 2:45 7. Going Down The Road Feeling Bad-> 5:22 8. Not Fade Away-> 1:10 9. Lovelight (severe level drop at end) 18:02 favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Soundboard, D. Hollister, J. Ayers, Bob Bihlmayer Source: SBDMR->R->R->DAT->DAT->ZA2->DartPro32
Rick Ayers and Bill Ayers are distinguished academics and educational innovators. Rick was co-founder of the Communication Arts and Sciences (CAS) small school at Berkeley High School in 1997 and was lead teacher until 2006, He is an Adjunct Professor in Education at University of San Francisco and Mills College. William Ayers, formerly Distinguished Professor of Education and Senior University Scholar at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), was founder of both the Small Schools... Topics: Rag Radio, Thorne Dreyer, Rick Ayers, William Ayers, Educational Reform, Activists, Sixties, New...
On this week's program we take a step back to reflect on the first six months of Education Radio. During this time, we at Education Radio have had the opportunity to talk with a wide-variety of educators, students, parents and scholars who are engaged in the important work of resisting current neoliberal education reform efforts by actively working to disrupt the dominant narrative of education reform and fighting to create truly accessible and justice-based public schools and classrooms. It... Topics: Patricia Williams, Jonathan Kozol, Erica Meiners, and Bill Ayers
Connected music programme. During this episode, we pay tribute to Kevin Ayers, Yoko gets on the 'phone, some Shostakovotch in the night and Gong... Topics: Kevin Ayers, Acik Radyo, Yoko Ono, Gong, Matching Mole
KK Null and Scott Ayers (Pain Teens) Live at Kaleidoscope Records September 19, 1990 Pain Teens was an experimental noise rock band formed in Houston, Texas in 1985 by Scott Ayers and Bliss Blood. The band used tape manipulation, digital delays, sampling, tape cut-ups and other effects in their music. KK. Null (born Kazuyuki Kishino in Tokyo) is a Japanese experimental multi-instrumentalist. Put the two together in Auricular Records and turn up the volume and this is what you get. Topics: KK Null, Pain Teens, Scott Ayers, Kaleidoscope Records, Auricular Records
This report presents data which were collected and summarized for the purpose of facilitating the Georgia Educational Models Feasibility Study. Included are (1) a summary of the number of bachelor degree graduates recommended for certification for elementary school teaching in Georgia and from the University of Georgia from 1961-68 and a projection for 1969-74; (2) a summary of the enrollment figures (and breakdown by class) for the University of Georgia College of Education for students... Topics: ERIC Archive, Teacher Supply and Demand, Ayers, Jerry B.
This seems to be a show that got missed on my original upload! During this show, we say a fond farewell to the old studio and keep it Dusty!The music:-Dusty Springfield- Don't Forget About MeTom Springfield- Brazilian Love SongJose Feliciano- Golden LadyChi Coltrane- Thunder and LightningThe Miracles- I Don't Need No ReasonThe Shirelles- Baby, It's YouThe Flamingos- I Only Have Eyes For YouRamsey Lewis- Blues For The Night OwlRoy Ayers- Coffy Is The ColourTraffic- Smiling PhasesJoni Mitchell-... Topics: Acik Radyo, Dusty Springfield, Roy Ayers, Ramsey Lewis, Jose Feliciano
Actual V-Disc recordings made for the troops in World War II and recorded from a 1947 Trutone chest-type radio/record player. On this side are the Mitchell Ayers Orchestra playing "Home" and the Andrews Sisters singing "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy of Company B". Topics: V-Discs, Andrews Sisters, Mitchell Ayers, World War II
Aircheck of this radio station on this date. Program content is a local radio show interview of University of Illinois Chicago Professor William Ayers. Topics: WILL-AM, Central Illinois Radio, Radio Airchecks, William Ayers
Nancy Hanson Nash read an essay at the inaugural Word Play Festival at Gustavus Adolphus College on July 24, 2015 in St. Peter, Minnesota. The essay makes reference to a visit to St. Peter by Bill Ayers and Ted Gold in 1969. She spoke to a small crowd of about 50 people in the Melva Lind Interpretive Center at the college's Linnaeus Arboretum. Hanson Nash was a speaker for the first, informal Word Play festival, organized at the college by alumni of the English department. Topics: Gustavus Adolphus College, Gustavus, Literature, St. Peter, Minnesota, Bill Ayers, Ted Gold, Essay
This is a postcard postmarked 04 September, 1915; 'Partial view of Elmwood Park, Ayers Cliff, Quebec'. Dimensions are: 5 3/8" width by 3 1/2" height. Sold by: A. Z. Pinsonnault, P.Q., printed in Germany. No copyright notice evident, Public Domain under Rule 5 of the United States Copyright Statutes. Etext created by Gerard Arthus. Topics: post card, mail, letter, quebec, elmwood park, ayers cliff, canadian mail, canada, no. 508
This document contains seven papers together with 32 abstracts of papers prepared for Society of Professors of Education sectional meetings, the American Educational Studies Association, the Comparative and International Education Society, and the History of Education Society. Three graduate students and one senior present views on the relevance of teacher education from their own experience and find that most programs are unsuccessful in preparing teachers for the world in which they will... Topics: ERIC Archive, Educational Improvement, Program Effectiveness, Relevance (Education), Student...
GRADES OR AGES: Secondary level. SUBJECT MATTER: Driver education. ORGANIZATION AND PHYSICAL APPEARANCE: Most of the guide is divided into short sections of less than one page. An index to the sections is provided at the beginning of the guide. A two-page section on course content for classroom instruction is laid out in two columns, one for objectives and one for content. The guide is offset printed and edition-bound with a soft cover. OBJECTIVES AND ACTIVITIES: General objectives for the... Topics: ERIC Archive, Curriculum Guides, Driver Education, Secondary Education, Traffic Safety, Ayers,...
Nigel Ayers at DIY Church & after that a DJ-set by Olya from 8BitVomit. description:::: Nigel Ayers' sound art work is rooted in assemblage and collage. Years before digital sampling became commonplace, his recordings used many thousands of carefully edited “found” and specially recorded sound samples. His interest in the psychological effects of sound, and in particular the recombination of sound to affect perception of time and space is reflected in CD titles such as “Practical Time... Topics: DIYChurch, Radio23, Room111, Nigel Ayers, Olya, Olio, 8BitVomit, Nocturnal Emissions, Mono, GB,... Source: CD, PC, MIC, Human resources
This paper describes the new facilities which the University of Georgia College of Education will move into on January 1, 1971. The two buildings now under construction are described in detail: 1) a seven story building containing teaching and administrative space for all programs of the College of Education except health and physical education, recreation, and industrial arts and 2) a two story building to house the industrial arts program. Tables present such details as 1) a breakdown per... Topics: ERIC Archive, College Buildings, Educational Facilities, Educational Specifications, State...
A conversation with distinguished scholar and education reform theorist Bill Ayers about the Sixties, SDS, and the Weather Underground; about the educational system in America and efforts to reform it. Includes a discussion of Ayers' time as a fugitive with reflection on the tactics used by the Weathermen and other groups -- and attempts by the right wing to connect Ayers with presidential candidate Barack Obama during the 2008 elections. Guest: Bill Ayers, Distinguished Professor of Education... Topics: Rag Radio, Bill Ayers, Thorne Dreyer, Weather Underground, SDS, Sixties, Social Justice,...
Presented is a study designed to analyze nine journals that contain substantial material devoted to the field of science education for the period 1970 through 1971: "American Journal of Physics,""Chemistry,""Journal of Chemical Education,""Journal of Research in Science Teaching,""Physics Today,""School Science and Mathematics,""Science and Children,""Science Education," and "The Science Teacher." Analyses... Topics: ERIC Archive, Educational Research, Literature Reviews, Publications, Scholarly Journals, Science...
A shameless first step for man (x2)!Rob & Buddy go through the get-to-know-ya on mic, in regards to their first meeting, their first project, and the first influences in vampire entertainment, since their first firsts all revolve around a vampire love story screenplay/album/comic book.Musick: The Story on the Road to Waterloo, by Buddy Black, from The Story on the Road to WaterlooEmily, by Buddy Black, from The Story on the Road to WaterlooAll rights belonging to the respective bands. If... Topics: Big Human Dead, Rob Ayers, Buddy Black, podcast, horror, vampire, vampires
In this weeks program we speak with legal scholar and critical race theorist Patricia Williams and education scholar and activist Bill Ayers. We caught up with both of them in Chicago in November 2011, at the National Association for Multicultural Educations annual conference, for which they were both keynote speakers. Patricia Williams is a legal scholar and was a pioneer in critical race theory. Critical Race Theory developed in the 1980âs as a result of the desire of many black legal... Topics: Education Radio, National Association for Multicultural Education, Patricia Williams, Bill Ayers
The meet up between the legendary American Pop Funk Artist, Roy Ayers and one of the world’s most acclaimed disk jockey, Gilles Peterson is one of the most awaited in the BBC 6 programme until it aired last September 12, 2015. It even coincided with the celebration of Ayers’ 75th birthday just two days before. As the programme started to air, jazz music composed by Ayers himself was being played in the background, creating a lively atmosphere for those who are tuned in. The two also... Topic: Gilles Peterson Review Roy Ayers Celebrates 75th Birthday with Gilles Peterson